Bucks County



At the Golden Pheasant Inn, historic charm meets modern amenities. 

For more than 25 years, the Faure family has been working to maintain the rustic elegance and rich heritage of Bucks County's only inn nestled between the Delaware River and Canal while enhancing it with contemporary amenities.

Built in 1857, the fieldstone inn is home to the longest continuously operating restaurant/hotel along the Delaware Canal. The tavern and former mule barn served as a gathering place for farmers, travelers, canal men and vacationers. 

Now listed on the Registry of Historic Places and a member of Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America, the Golden Pheasant is the perfect escape to the country for a relaxed casual fine dining experience or weekend getaway. 

When the sisters took over the property from their parents, the inn closed in January 2012 for a complete restoration including, an oversized wood-burning fireplace, an expanded front porch with stunning sights of the Delaware River and a larger outside dining terrace perfect to enjoy a glass of wine.

Blake Faure and her partner and fellow co-executive chef Jon Ramsay serve classical French cuisine with seasonal New American menu items using local ingredients.

One of the Golden Pheasant's signature dishes is the Seared Day Boat Scallops, served with a creamy Bloody Butcher grit and yuzu thyme white wine sauce. 

Besides offering dinner and brunch, the inn hosts weddings, parties and meetings in its Solarium dining room with picturesque views of the Canal. 

The four restored luxury guest rooms offer private baths, marble counters and custom mosaics. 

To complete visitors' Bucks County stay, the inn provides itineraries for the Bucks County Wine Trail, Covered Bridge Tours and even hiking and biking.